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Tired of staying in and watching movies on your computer all weekend? Well get ready – you will now get to do the same thing (sort of) and call it a social outing, thanks to MoviePass!

MoviePass, commonly known as …

From old cinema classics to kooky, more experimental performances, taking a trip to the theater is a go-to activity as the nights get cooler and summer finally draws to a close. Take a look at what’s coming to a screen …

Mariano Cohn and Gastón Duprat’s comedy El Ciudadano Ilustre has been chosen to represent Argentina in the US Oscars and the Goya Awards in Spain. The national contender for “Best Foreign Film” was chosen today by the local Academy of …

Let’s talk cinema clubs. A term that perhaps evokes an image of dense intellectuals huffing over hard-to-get movies by crackers European film directors and paying a monthly subscription fee (like Netflix…) But here, sh*t ain’t like that as Ice-T …

On Tuesday night, La Universidad del Cine and el Goethes’ series Mujeres detrás de la cámara will continue with another installment of free lectures and screenings by influential female directors in Argentine cinema.

The program aims to bring awareness to, …

Buenos Aires is cinematica paradise, both a great place to live if you want to A. Make films or B. Watch films. I, myself, enjoy both. But this article is going to focus on option B – watching films. The …

The internet has claimed victims all over the place, from print media to maps, blind dating to politely disagreeing with someone – the world-wide-web has killed off a lot, rendering them obsolete and confining them to the history books.

But …

If you aren’t stuffing your face at Feria Masticar all weekend (which you should be), here are some other options for ya…

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ART: From 6PM to 10PM, Espacio Cabrera (Cabrera 3641) is hosting an evening dedicated to 15

Jeanne Moreau: the actress, singer, film director, producer and screenwriter. Cannes’ best female interpretation in 1960. BAFTA’s best foreign actress in 1967. César’s best actress in 1988 and 1992. Truffault’s Catherine in Jules et Jim. Nouvelle Vague’s icon. A …

Former French Minister of Cultural Affairs, André Malraux, once described Buenos Aires as the capital of an empire that never existed. Argentine creative director and founder of Calixta Productions, Tomás Gómez Bustillo, painted it for us.

Last week his fifteen …